Getting ready for the NAB Show, Telos Alliance made several announcements.
It said its products will be featured in a cloud-based airchain demonstration in the Ip-Studio booth.
The “Ip-Studio Powered by Telos Alliance” will include an Axia Altus virtual mixing console controlled by Ip-tablet, a Telos Infinity VIP virtual intercom platform, Telos VXs virtual VoIP phone system controlled by Ip-screener, and Omnia Enterprise 9s virtual audio processing with uMPX.
Jérôme Gahery, owner and president of Ip-Studio, said the concept of “Studio Zero” is that all components are cloud-based software, including automation, playout, console, intercom, phone, processing and delivery of composite signal to the transmitter. Ip-Studio is based in France; its booth will be W3751.
Separately, Telos has announced a new audio processing offering from Jünger called flexAIserver. Telos handles global sales and marketing for Jünger, which is based in Germany.
Telos said the processing, based in a 1RU server, is suitable for “high program count applications where maximum processing power and flexibility are required.” It can be used as a standalone high-density processor or as part of a larger processing array with other flexAIserver and Jünger AIXpressor units.
It natively offers AoIP via Livewire+ and AES67 in support of SMPTE ST 2110-30 and -31 as well as ST 2022-7 redundancy. An optional PCIe card provides SFP slots capable of supporting a 64-channel MADI interface or Jünger’s low-latency multi-channel protocol with 1024 audio channels.
Telos also recently said it will exhibit the new Axia Altus virtual mixing console.
Telos Alliance will be in NAB booth W3677.